Actress Shriya Saran ignored to respond to one of fans' comment that described her twin assets during her recent Insta live session, but her husband Andrei Koscheev took him sportingly and asked for more comments on her.

Shriya Saran is known for her amazing dance moves, stunning figure and glamorous screen presence. Time and again, fans have expressed their love and admiration for these qualities, although there are occasions when certain fans can go beyond the limits of decency.

Shriya Saran with her husband Andrei Koscheev
Shriya Saran with her husband Andrei KoscheevTwitter

In an Insta live session on her page, a user, while describing the actress, wrote: "Nice b***s." Shriya ignored the comment while her husband Andrei Koscheev, who was also part of her live question-answer session, seemed to take it sportingly. "I agree with you guys, more comments on her please," he wrote.

Shriya got married to Andrei Koscheev in a hush-hush ceremony in Rajasthan in 2018. She is currently in Spain, and regularly takes to her social media accounts to post messages and pictures with her husband.

It should be recalled here that Shriya Saran had praised Andrei Koscheev's supportive nature in an interview and had said that she is blessed to have him as his partner. The actress had said, "God has been kind and I'm blessed to have such a supportive partner like Andrei. I somehow like the word partner more than husband.

Shriya Saran and Andrei Koscheev
Shriya Saran and Andrei KoscheevScreenshot of Instagram video

Shriya Saran had added, "Because Andrei is like my partner-in-crime, partner-in-fun and everything else. He's really proud of me and my work. Whenever I'm stressed or worried about what I'm doing, he always tries to calm me down. He's the best thing that's happened to me and I'm loving every minute that I spend with him."

In a recent interview, Shriya Saran spoke about how her husband displayed symptoms of COVID-19, but wasn't admitted in the hospital. The actress said ''Andrei began to develop a dry cough and fever. We rushed to a hospital but the doctors were overwhelmed and urged us to leave."

The actress had added, "'Chances are that even if he doesn't have Covid-19, he will get it if he stays here,' the doctors told us. So we decided to go home and self-isolate ourselves and get treatment at home. We slept in different rooms and maintained a safe distance from each other. Thankfully, he's feeling better now, so I hope the worst is behind us."

On the work front, Shriya Saran is likely to star opposite Nandamuri Balakrishna in director Boyapati Srinu's next.

With the inputs  of IANS